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Security Response Is Broken: Here's How Steve Jobs Would Fix It - World News
Security Response Is Broken: Here's How Steve Jobs Would Fix It 17 days ago
The past 10 years have given us a tremendous wave of technological innovation to help us protect and detect. We have not seen that same level of innovation in security response.
Firefox Will Warn You About Hacked Web Sites -World News
Firefox Will Warn You About Hacked Web Sites 17 days ago
A Mozilla coder wants to make sure that Firefox users know when their online accounts are at risk.
Microsoft Launches Compliance Manager To Help Customers Achieve GDPR Compliance -World News
Microsoft Launches Compliance Manager To Help Customers Achieve GDPR Compliance 17 days ago
Microsoft recently announce Compliance Manager to help customers streamline assessment and management of risk ahead of the May 25, 2018 deadline for compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation
Russia No. 1 In Facial Recognition, According To Official Washington Spycraft Techies -World News
Russia No. 1 In Facial Recognition, According To Official Washington Spycraft Techies 17 days ago
A young Russian from Moscow beat out dozens of facial recognition systems developers and was granted a first-ever prize by a group within the Director of National Intelligence in Washington.
Intensifying Cybersecurity Fears Could Fuel Blackberry Rebound -World News
Intensifying Cybersecurity Fears Could Fuel Blackberry Rebound 17 days ago
With the market for cybersecurity goods and services is expected to expand rapidly in the years ahead, Blackberry could be an under-the-radar beneficiary.
Testimony In Waymo Suit Alleges Uber Had Trade Secret Theft-Unit: Report -World News
Testimony In Waymo Suit Alleges Uber Had Trade Secret Theft-Unit: Report 17 days ago
Days before Uber's self-driving car division was set to face off with Google's in court, accusations by a former Uber employee have sent the case off the rails.
How The FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal Offers A Buffet Of Internet Options -World News
How The FCC's Net Neutrality Repeal Offers A Buffet Of Internet Options 17 days ago
The Trump Administration says it wants to eliminate net neutrality, meaning that there will still be many choices for consumers, but some will cost more. Cartoon by Joe Heller.
The Equifax Data: Now That They Have It, How Will Hackers Use It? -World News
The Equifax Data: Now That They Have It, How Will Hackers Use It? 17 days ago
The Equifax data has the potential to bring valuable context to the massive amount of data that has been stolen in recent years.
Why Data Breaches Will Get Worse Before Things Get Better -World News
Why Data Breaches Will Get Worse Before Things Get Better 17 days ago
The dynamic of more spending and more breaches is likely to get worse before it gets better for a lot of different reasons, but one main one is that companies are investing in the wrong place.
DJI Slams Suspicions Its Drones Harvest Data For The Chinese Government -World News
DJI Slams Suspicions Its Drones Harvest Data For The Chinese Government 17 days ago
DJI sends DHS a list of problems with an apparent government report claiming the drone maker could well be sharing sensitive data to the Chinese government.
Not Even Fintech Can Keep You Safe This Christmas -World News
Not Even Fintech Can Keep You Safe This Christmas 17 days ago
A hacker can steal your banking information in less time than it takes to purchase something. We’ve all seen that Barclays advert on digital security where a hacker finds out enough information about a woman to successfully apply for a credit card, and
The ACLU Tweets 'Don't Prosecute' In Weird Backpack-Recording Device Case -World News
The ACLU Tweets 'Don't Prosecute' In Weird Backpack-Recording Device Case 17 days ago
The ACLU of Virginia wants Norfolk's prosecutor to drop felony charges against the mother who put a recording device in her daughter's backpack to catch bullies.
Microsoft’s decision to patch Windows XP is a mistake -World News
Microsoft’s decision to patch Windows XP is a mistake 17 days ago
There will always be one more emergency.
Check Point says Fireball malware hit 250 million; Microsoft says no -World News
Check Point says Fireball malware hit 250 million; Microsoft says no 17 days ago
Either way, Microsoft assures us that Windows 10 S would have been immune.
Windows 10 S security brought down by, of course, Word macros -World News
Windows 10 S security brought down by, of course, Word macros 17 days ago
Analysis: Windows 10 S promises many good things. It currently doesn't deliver.
Microsoft bringing EMET back as a built-in part of Windows 10 -World News
Microsoft bringing EMET back as a built-in part of Windows 10 17 days ago
The built-in exploit mitigations are getting stronger and easier to configure.
Ryzen Pro: AMD takes on Intel on the corporate desktop, with one key omission -World News
Ryzen Pro: AMD takes on Intel on the corporate desktop, with one key omission 17 days ago
AMD wants to go after Intel vPro while avoiding Intel's excessive product segmentation.
Windows 10 will try to combat ransomware by locking up your data -World News
Windows 10 will try to combat ransomware by locking up your data 17 days ago
But how to protect files from users who have access to those files remains tricky.
Microsoft expands bug bounty program to cover any Windows flaw -World News
Microsoft expands bug bounty program to cover any Windows flaw 17 days ago
Now every part of Windows is covered by a bug bounty scheme.
After phishing attacks, Chrome extensions push adware to millions -World News
After phishing attacks, Chrome extensions push adware to millions 17 days ago
Compromised accounts push fraudulent extension updates to unsuspecting users.
Building America’s Trust Act would amp up privacy concerns at the border -World News
Building America’s Trust Act would amp up privacy concerns at the border 17 days ago
Civil libertarians tell Ars they’re worried about “mass surveillance expansion.”
Secret chips in replacement parts can completely hijack your phone’s security -World News
Secret chips in replacement parts can completely hijack your phone’s security 17 days ago
Booby-trapped touchscreens can log passwords, install malicious apps, and more.
Leak of >1,700 valid passwords could make the IoT mess much worse -World News
Leak of >1,700 valid passwords could make the IoT mess much worse 17 days ago
List of unsecured devices lived in obscurity since June. Now, it's going mainstream.